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Hi guys,

 

My name is Hugo and I live in Sweden. I have created this homepage to present and share my interest for Lego, which is my great passion in life. I have built and collected Lego sets since I was 4 years old and today I am 15 years old. Today I also spend a lot of time creating buildings in Minecraft and hang out with my friends. Minecraft has become a great supplement to Lego, since it’s also a mind-blowing creative platform.

 

I first started with Duplo and pretty soon figured out that small bricks was cooler and more fun to build with. My father has been a great inspiration since he loves buildings and architecture. I focus mostly on buying new sets from Lego Starwars, over the years I’ve also started to design my own buildings in Lego Digital Designer and print out the 3D drawings and order pieces via Brincklink.

 

There is also a blog connected to this homepage, where I will post new Lego creations, films and other fun happenings in life. Since I started this web project I’ve realised how much work and time it’s takes to document, photograph and search for all the little tiny Lego bricks in my room. Finally it’s on its way, I now launch the web site but will continuously update the galleries with numbers of sets who are still missing some parts.

 

Welcome to my site!

 

Hugo

Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts collection

Collectible Minifigures are back with awesome detailed printing. The blind bagged minifigures arrived on August 1 with 22 new characters from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Each character features an all-new design from the Harry Potter and the Fantastic Beasts collection. The best is the short bendable legs with anti-stud holes on the back to sit on plates or chairs.

So far I have got hands on my favorite characters and the best of all is the rare Minifigure Percival Graves.

Minifigure Percival Graves from Fantastic Beasts

Today I luckily got my hands on an sealed box of new minifigures from Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts. I knew directely where to find the most rare minifigure Percival Graves. I tried to find it a few times before with no success. This little fellow will of course end up with my other most valuable minifigures.

Eco plants review!

As many of you already noticed Lego has a programme to source plastic from sugarcane plants. Jangbricks makes a great detailed review and compares old plants vs new plants. See if you can notice some diffrence in color. Watch the result by using the video-link.

Link to review

New Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Micro scale 71043

On  the 1st of September Lego releases a new impressive set with over 6000 bricks! It’s a micro scale of Hogwarts with many details from the book and movie. The build includes the great hall, chamber of secrets,  moving staircases, library, potions classroom and many more adventurous features. The box comes with  the funders of Hogwarts Godric Gryffindor, Helga Hufflepuff, Salazar Slytherin and Rowena Ravenclaw and 27 micro-scale minifigures.

The set measures over 58cm (22”) high, 69cm (27”) wide and 43cm (16”) deep. This built covers a quite large area, so you have to make space to squeeze the set into your city or room.

 

 

Licence to build Lego James Bond

LEGO Creator Expert, 10262, James Bond Aston Martin DB5. This is an impressive replica model which captures the elegance and timeless sophistication of Agent 007’s iconic 1964 sports car. It comes with great many details and functioning accessories. You can open the doors and you’ll discover a detailed interior with a hidden radar tracker and a telephone. When the action begins you can rotate the number plates and pull back the gearstick to reveal the machine guns at the front of the car!

Lego replica of a Japanese Sakura tree

Lego Japan has been creative and built a life-sized Sakura tree out of 881470 lego bricks. The tree is full of cherryblossom and japanese lamps. It’s 4,5 meters tall and it took 6700 hours to build. It’s extra cool at night since it lights up then!

LEGO Inside Tour 2018 Ferguson Tractor (4000025)

There are only around 80 to 100 box sets of the LEGO Inside Tour released every year. This year it’s the Ferguson tractor (4000025). It is based upon one of LEGO’s earliest plastic models which was released in 1951. I think that it is a good brick-built version of the Ferguson Tractor. It is designed by Steen Sig Andersen and each set is signed by him. It even earned a spot in the Tree in the LEGO House.

Lego Harry Potter minifigure series in August

There will be 22 different minifigures in the new Harry Potter series. The minifigures are based on the 4th movie except six minifigures which are from the movie the Fantastic Beast. A few of the figures have shorter legs with a bending function. I like Professor Trelawney’s teacup, Voldemort’s snake and the wands.

 

New lego Star Wars BrickHeadz Summer 2018

LEGO Facebook has released the upcoming summer LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz. I like the two-pack with a Luke (Dagobah) and Yoda (41627). Since Yoda isn’t a tall person, he’s shorter than the usual BrickHeadz. I think they’ve designed his ears in an authentic look. They have also made a great hair for Luke.